Busan I-Park, a professional soccer team, embraced striker Lopez, who he faced in the promotion playoff just a month ago.
Busan said on the 8th, “The club recruited Brazilian striker Ricardo Lopez (33). He will enter his seventh K-League season after passing through Jeju United, Jeonbuk Hyundai, and Suwon FC.”
Lopez first entered the K-League after joining Jeju in 2015. At that time, he had a special debut season with 11 goals and 11 assists in 33 games.랭크카지노
After moving to Jeonbuk in the following year, Lopez had a robust performance with 41 goals and 22 assists in 124 games during the four seasons. After experiencing Chinese, Japanese and Ukrainian leagues, he moved to Suwon FC in the second half of last year to rejoin the K-League stage. He showed off his robustness by scoring four goals and two assists in 16 games that year. In particular, he scored the finishing goal of the final game of extra time in the second round of the promotion and promotion against Busan, leading the team to a 5-2 victory. Suwon FC remained in the K-League 1, while Busan FC had mixed feelings due to lack of promotion.
Meanwhile, Busan added various attack options with Lopez’s recruitment. “Lopez used to play as a wing forward, but since last season, he has been playing as a central striker, showing his header ability and smart attack development as a veteran, adding additional attack options,” the club said. “As soon as he joins Busan, Lopez will join the off-season training in Thailand to improve his condition.”
Busan is reportedly planning to strengthen its power by recruiting domestic players and Asian quotas following Lopez.
Busan, which recruited Lopez to reinforce its offense, will begin to harden the 2024 season starting with overseas training in Hua Hin, Thailand, from the 8th.